Training Club & Society Leaders

Why should you invest in your leaders?

Imagine starting a new job. You're leading a team, managing a budget and have a suite of stakeholders with different expectations. Unfortunately, you've received little business training & perhaps no training in leadership/emotional intelligence.

Would you be able to perform at your best?

This is the case for many student leaders across Australia who lead student groups.

With over 3800 student clubs and societies across Australia, what would it look like if these organisations reached their full potential? What would it mean for their members' experience? What would it mean for university retention? What would it do for the career prospects of the leaders?


How does Campus Consultancy help?

#1 Entrepreneurial Leadership Program

Throughout our challenging full-day Entrepreneurial Leadership Program, 6 essential professional development modules are delivered to address the most common problems that student leaders face, providing them with strategies to immediately serve their community/stakeholders more effectively while developing their team and unleashing the potential of the entire community.

We have presented training programs for:

✔ Australian National University Student Association (ACT): March, 2018
✔ Macquarie University (NSW): July, 2018
✔ University of Melbourne, Melbourne Business School (VIC): July, 2018
✔ La Trobe University Student Union (VIC): August, 2018
✔ University of South Pacific (Fiji): August, 2018
✔ UNSW, Faculty of Engineering (NSW): September, 2018
✔ University of Melbourne, Faculty of Engineering (VIC): September, 2018
✔ University of Melbourne, Faculty of Business & Economics (VIC): November, 2018
✔ Swinburne University, Faculty of Science, Engineering & Technology (VIC): November, 2018
✔ Flinders University, Student Senate (VIC): November, 2018
✔ Monash University Student Association (VIC): January, 2019
✔ UNSW Faculty of Engineering (NSW): February, 2019
✔ University of Adelaide, Faculty of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences): February, 2019
✔ University of Melbourne, Faculty of Engineering (VIC): February-April, 2019
✔ RMIT Student Union - 170 Clubs (VIC): March-April, 2019
✔ La Trobe University (VIC): March, 2019
✔ Federation University (VIC): May, 2019

#2 Mentoring

Having spoken with student leaders who have experience leading over 130,000 combined students it is clear that the need for training is there. More than 300 Presidents joined an online LinkedIn network of leaders, with another 400 student leaders joining a Facebook group with representatives from more than 30 universities to mentor, to share resources & to collaborate.

#3 Partnerships & Collaborations

We are committed to providing the most useful resources, connections and opportunities to student leaders who engage with our network. We welcome requests for partnerships & have successfully run presentations, workshops & speeches for the below partners in 2018 alone:

Australian Business Students’ Association
CIC Higher Education
HeForShe Monash University
Melbourne Polytechnic International Students’ Association
Monash University SEED
Victorian International Student Conference
Next Step Forum (Nigeria)


Are you ready to unleash your leaders' full potential?